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Help Design the Future of Scouting at Rotary and Wakpominee! Recently Added Content

Help us design the future of the program and facilities at Rotary Scout Reservation and Camp Wakpominee. Anyone with an interest in the future of our camps is invited. All participants will have the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas for programs and facilities to serve the entire Scouting community, including Family Scouting, Cub Scouts, and older youth.

Wood Badge - Scouting's Ultimate Leader Training

Twin Rivers Council will be hosting a Wood Badge Course during the fall of 2018. The course will be held at Rotary Scout Reservation over two weekends.

District Program Kick-off Dates!

These programs are a great way to get back into the swing of things as well as a way to get the newest information on Scouting in upstate New York!

Wakpominee Golf Classic celebrates 25th Anniversary

The annual Wakpominee Golf Classic is 25 this Year. This is the second year that the golf tournament is a shared event with The Kawanis Club of Glens Falls, who is celebrating their 22nd golf tournament.

Council Calendar Is Online and Facility Rentals Ready For You

The Council Calendar for upcoming Scouting year is up and running as well as the Facility Rentals for all properties.

2018 Council Popcorn Sale Information

The Twin Rivers Council Popcorn Sale is all about supporting your troop’s program. The great program you, your leaders, parents and chartering partner provide to your Scouts requires funding, and the popcorn sale is one of the best ways to fund your troop’s quality year-round program. The popcorn sale is an opportunity for every family in your troop to participate in the success of the program.

National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) Courses

NYLT is Twin Rivers Council's premiere leadership development course for experienced Boy Scouts and Venturing Crews who are nominated by their Unit Leader for their potential as a future leader and now is the time to sign up!

BSA Announces New Youth Protection Requirements for all Programs

Over the decades, the Boy Scouts of America has been a leader in developing training and policies designed to keep young people safe. Over time, these policies have become standard with organizations across the nation. Now, the Boy Scouts of America are releasing fully updated training to further strengthen our ability to protect youth.

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